Graves County, Kentucky is home to places like Fancy Farm Vineyard and Winery and the Barn Quilt Trail. It's also home to the largest corn maze in the state of Kentucky, and a spooky monument in a cemetery that has garnered attention from Ripley's Believe it or Not! Graves County is also the place where two different horror movies have been filmed in the last decade.
A museum highlighting everything from cryptids, to aliens is located in Kentucky, and it's a must-see!. Did you know that Kentucky is home to the International Paranormal Museum and Research Center? It's true! It's located in Somerset, Kentucky which is about a 3-hour drive from the Tri-State, and it definitely seems worth the day trip. They're located in the lower level of the Carnegie Community Arts Center.
In my former life, before the radio personality became my career, I was a teacher of theatre. I miss teaching so much. I loved watching the kids discover gifts and talents they never realized they had. It was also very rewarding to be able to comfort them and work to make them feel better when they needed someone to listen to them or a shoulder to cry on.
Ada Limón is the 24th Poet Laureate of the United States.Library of Congress. Ada Limon will begin her official duties as the 24th U.S. Poet Laureate with a reading on September 29. The event will be livestreamed on the Library of Congress YouTube channel at 7 p.m. EDT. Those wishing to attend the event at the library's Thomas Jefferson Building must register for free tickets.
FRANKFORT, Ky. (KT) – Make plans to attend the Yes for Life celebration and rally on Oct. 1 at the State Capitol. The rally will take place at 2 p.m. at 700 Capitol Ave. Southern Baptist Theological President Dr. Albert Mohler will be the featured speaker at the rally which is to encourage people to vote YES on Amendment 2 on the ballot Nov. 8.
KY Energy and Environment Cabinet now accepting entries for 2022 Jim Claypool Art and Writing Contest
The Kentucky Energy and Environment Cabinet, in cooperation with the Kentucky Association of Conservation Districts and the Kentucky Farm Bureau Federation, has announced the 2022 Jim Claypool Art and Conservation Writing Contest. This annual contest helps students from across the commonwealth learn about natural resources and their importance. This year,...
Northern Kentucky Hip-Hop Artist Coleman Lane, Releases His New Single “Misery” Along With the song being as good as it is meaningful the video is compelling and beautiful from start to finish, running through issues that most people experience growing up in a low income area. from homelessness and money problems. its safe to say this is one of his best pieces of work yet, leaving you wanting more waiting for what his next release will be. I Think I Speak For Everyone When I Say Kentucky Has A new Up And Coming Star On their Hands. We Are all Waiting To See Whats Next!
Acclaimed Kentucky country singer-songwriter Grayson Jenkins has released two new singles today, his first since releasing the full-length Turning Tides in 2021. Both tracks serve as a tribute to the late Don Williams, with original “Little Things” (produced by Steve Dawson) featuring fellow Kentuckian Abby Hamilton on harmony vocals. “Tulsa Time” is a cover of Williams’ country-funk classic, written by Danny Flowers.
The Latin Music Awards KY, a program that honors Kentucky’s best creators and performers in Latin American music, recently announced this year’s winners. Israel Cuenca, President of the Latin Music Awards Kentucky, also said in a statement that his organization looks forward to awarding 12 partial scholarships to Hispanic students who will be studying music at UofL, Bellarmine and Jefferson Community College.
Kelsey Waldon’s ‘Backwater Blues’ is a Tribute to Kentucky’s Resiliency After Devastating Floods [WATCH]
Kentucky native Kelsey Waldon is paying tribute to her home state with her brand new music video for "Backwater Blues." Released today (Sept. 22), the clip opens with a message that reads, "Dedicated to the resilience of Kentuckians," referencing those still recovering from the devastating floods that affected the state's eastern region in July. According to NPR, the floods caused the deaths of 39 people, over 10,000 homes damaged or destroyed and thousands homeless.
‘Taylor Swift Night.’ Jazz concerts. Free art shows. There’s a little something for everyone around Central Kentucky happening over the next few months.
Kentucky native and actor Johnny Depp will join multi-Grammy Award winner Jeff Beck for the majority of the legendary guitarist's North American tour, including a concert at Louisville's Palace Theater, 625 South Fourth St., on Saturday, Oct. 22, at 8 p.m. The creative duo share a close bond and over...
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